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1970 Pogliaghi Pista

1970 Pogliaghi Pista. All components are NOS, straight out of the box.

Frame:
1970 Pogliaghi Pista Chromed (sprint tight geometry); top tube 57cm (c-c), seat tube 57cm (c-c); Campagnolo rear dropouts;

Fork/Headset:
Original Pogliaghi pista fork with Campagnolo dropouts; Campagnolo Record Pista Headset (Italian thread);

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Campagnolo Super Record Pista Crankset (''170mm PISTA'' lettering on cranks); Campagnolo Record Pista bottom bracket (68-P-120 axle with period correct thin walled cups;Italian thread);

Pedals:
Campagnolo Super Record Pista Pedals (titanium axles); Campagnolo Super Record alloy toe-clips with Campagnolo (two layers) leather toe-straps;

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
Campagnolo Pista Chainring 50T; Campagnolo Pista super light alloy cog 15T; Izumi ''V'' Gold NJS track chain;

Saddle/Seatpost:
Cinelli Unicanitor; black suede leather version with alloy rails; Campagnolo Super Record Seatpost 1st version; 2- bolt; 27.2mm;

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Campagnolo high flange pista front hub (originally decorated with World Champion colours by Campagnolo); 36h; Robergel '' Trois Etoiles'' double butted spokes; Araya 16B Gold NJS rim; Vittoria Pista EVO CS;

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Campagnolo high flange pista front hub (originally decorated with World Champion colours by Campagnolo); 36h; Original Campagnolo lockring; Robergel '' Trois Etoiles'' double butted spokes; Araya 16B Gold NJS rim; Vittoria Pista EVO CS;

Accessories:
Cinelli Milano end-plugs; Campagnolo seatpost bolt; Velox handlebar tape;

Added by krajacicneven. Last updated over 4 years ago.

8 Comments

halloweenpumpkin

halloweenpumpkin says:

Pure awesomness! THX for sharing.

Posted about 2 months ago

Thor

Thor says:

The art of bicycle!

Posted over 2 years ago

AndrewKosiak

AndrewKosiak says:

Sorry but how it possible - 68-P-120 axle with period correct thin walled cups; Italian thread. As I know italian BB use 70-P-120 axle and 68 is for british ?

Posted almost 3 years ago

krajacicneven

krajacicneven says:

Hi, thanks for your interest. Yes, you're right- that's how it usually goes, but... some Italian masters (most notably Pogliaghi, Colnago, De Rosa, Pinarello...) used (especially for their pista/track frames) 68 width shell width, threaded with Italian 36x 24F thread. Sometimes it was by request of the customer (back than most racing frames were bespoke made frames) or master found it was better for particular bike (or its application), or they had only particular shell at the very moment in their stock. Nevertheless, Pogliaghi exclusively made track frames as custom tailored bikes for the top pro racers at the time and the waiting list was usually very long... this particular frame has 68 bb width shell with ITA thread and period correct thin wall cups with 68-P-120 (109mm) axle and the result is perfect chainline. Hope this helps. Cheers!

Posted almost 3 years ago

kenzo1979

kenzo1979 says:

A masterpiece!

Posted over 4 years ago

krajacicneven

krajacicneven says:

Thank you!

Posted over 4 years ago

_rd

_rd says:

Excellent

Posted over 4 years ago

krajacicneven

krajacicneven says:

Thank you very much!

Posted over 4 years ago